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Strong's #8655 - תְּרָפִים

Transliteration
tᵉrâphîym
Phonetics
ter-aw-feme'
Root Word (Etymology)
pl. from (H7495)
Parts of Speech
masculine noun
TWOT
2545
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Definition   
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition

  1. idolatry, idols, image(s), teraphim, family idol
    1. a kind of idol used in household shrine or worship

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1212 ‑ δῆλος (day'‑los);  1497 ‑ εἴδωλον (i'‑do‑lon);  2322 ‑ θεραπεία (ther‑ap‑i'‑ah);  
Frequency Lists
Verse Results
KJV (15)
Genesis 3
Judges 5
1 Samuel 3
2 Kings 1
Ezekiel 1
Hosea 1
Zechariah 1
NAS (27)
Genesis 6
Judges 10
1 Samuel 5
2 Kings 1
Ezekiel 2
Hosea 2
Zechariah 1
CSB (15)
Genesis 3
Judges 5
1 Samuel 3
2 Kings 1
Ezekiel 1
Hosea 1
Zechariah 1
BSB (15)
Genesis 3
Judges 5
1 Samuel 3
2 Kings 1
Ezekiel 1
Hosea 1
Zechariah 1
ESV (15)
Genesis 3
Judges 5
1 Samuel 3
2 Kings 1
Ezekiel 1
Hosea 1
Zechariah 1
WEB (16)
Genesis 3
Judges 5
1 Samuel 3
2 Kings 2
Ezekiel 1
Hosea 1
Zechariah 1
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1454) pr (רפ RP) AC: Heal CO: Medicine AB: Sick: The pictograph r is a picture of the head of a man, the p is a picture of an open mouth. Combined these mean "man open". Wounds, sickness and illnesses are cured with medicines made from plant materials which were pulverized into a medicinal power.

A) pr (רפ RP) AC: Heal CO: Idol AB: ?

im ) prt (תרפ TRP) - Idol: A household idol of a god, possible believed to have a healing power. KJV (15): image, teraphim, idol, idolatry - Strongs: H8655 (תְּרָפִים)

E) apr (רפא RPA) AC: Heal CO: Medicine AB: ?

V) apr (רפא RPA) - Heal: [df: hpr] KJV (67): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hitpael, Piel) heal, physician, cure, repair - Strongs: H7495 (רָפָה)

Nm ) apr (רפא RPA) - Dead: KJV (8): dead, deceased - Strongs: H7496 (רְפָאִים)

am) aprm (מרפא MRPA) - Health: KJV (16): healing, cure, healing, sound, wholesome, yielding - Strongs: H4832 (מַרְפֵּא)

df1) eafpr (רפואה RPWAH) - Medicine: KJV (3): medicine - Strongs: H7499 (רְפוּאָה)

ef3) tfapir (ריפאות RYPAWT) - Health: KJV (1): health - Strongs: H7500 (רִפְאוּת)

H) epr (רפה RPH) AC: Weak CO: ? AB: ?: One weakened by illness or disease.

V) epr (רפה RPH) - Weak: To be weak from sickness, laziness or work. KJV (46): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Piel, Participle) feeble, fail, weaken, go, alone, idle, stay, slack, faint, forsake, abate, cease - Strongs: H7503 (רָפָה)

Nm) epr (רפה RPH) - Weak: KJV (4): weak - Strongs: H7504 (רָפֶה)

J) pfr (רופ RWP) AC: Pulverize CO: Medicine AB: ?

V) pfr (רופ RWP) - Pulverize: KJV (1): (vf: Piel) tremble - Strongs: H7322 (רוּף)

if1) epfrt (תרופה TRWPH) - Medicine: KJV (1): medicine - Strongs: H8644 (תְּרוּפָה)

M) pir (ריפ RYP) AC: ? CO: ? AB: Sick

Nf1 ) epir (ריפה RYPH) - Wheat: A grain pulverized with a mortar and pestle for making a flour. KJV (2): wheat, corn - Strongs: H7383 (רִפָה)

fjm) nfipir (ריפיונ RYPYWN) - Feeble: KJV (1): feeblenss - Strongs: H7510 (רִפָּיוֹן)

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Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 תְּרָפִים noun masculine Zechariah 10:2

plural (= plural of majesty Nö ZMG xlii (1888), 476) a kind of idol, object of reverence, and means of divination (√ and etymology-meaning dubious, compare GFM Hast. DB TERAPHIM Say ZA ii. 195 (citing Neubauer, and Assyrian tarpû, spectre), al. √ רפא, compare רְפָאִים); — always ׳ת: — portable and sometimes small Genesis 31:19,34: Genesis 31:35 (called אֱלֹהִים Genesis 31:30, all E), but in size and shape like a Prayer of Manasseh 1Samuel 19:13,16; in household shrine (see also l.c.) Judges 17:5 (+ אֵפוֺד, compare GFM Ju), Judges 18:14,17 (both + אֵפוֺד, מֶּסֶל, מַסֵּכָה), compare Judges 18:20 (omitted מַסֵּכָה), Hosea 3:4 (+ ׳א, מַצֵּבָה, וֶבַךְ); condemned 1 Samuel 15:23; 2 Kings 23:24 (+ גִּלֻּלִים); used in divining (by king of Babylonian ), ׳שָׁאַל בַּתּ Ezekiel 21:26 (+ קִלְקַל בַּתִצִּים, רָאָח בַּכָּבֵד); as giving empty oracles Zechariah 10:2 ("" הַקּוֺסְמִים). — See GFM l.c. Now Archaeology ii. 23 Sta Blb. Theol. d. A. T. under the word.

תִּרְצָה see רצה.


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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

תְּרָפִים m. plur. domestic gods, as if Penates, of the Hebrews (according to Schultens on Haririi Cons. iii. p. 155, i.q. בַּעֲלֵי תֶרֶף guardians and givers of comfortable life), Genesis 31:19, 34 Genesis 31:34; 1 Samuel 19:13, 16 1 Samuel 19:16 of the human figure and stature, 1 Sam. loc. cit., from which, oracles were sought (Ezekiel 21:26; Zechariah 10:2), Judges 17:5, 18:14, seq.; 2 Kings 23:24; Hosea 3:4. Constr. with plural, Gen. loc. cit.; but 1 Sa. loc. cit., by the plural (excellentiæ) תרפים one statue only appears to be understood.


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List of Word Forms
בַּתְּרָפִ֔ים בתרפים הַתְּרָפִ֖ים הַתְּרָפִ֗ים הַתְּרָפִ֣ים הַתְּרָפִ֨ים הַתְּרָפִֽים׃ התרפים התרפים׃ וּתְרָפִ֔ים וּתְרָפִ֖ים וּתְרָפִֽים׃ ותרפים ותרפים׃ bat·tə·rā·p̄îm batteraFim battərāp̄îm hat·tə·rā·p̄îm hatteraFim hattərāp̄îm ū·ṯə·rā·p̄îm uteraFim ūṯərāp̄îm
 
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